So you’re thinking about using Twitter to market and brand your business? If so, then you’re not alone! As recent studies show, the working class age group (ages 25 – 54) is the largest demographic on Twitter, and this means businesses are flooding the site to market and network in mass. But as a business […]
When it comes to a business making a decision on whether or not to use Twitter, the age of users on Twitter should matter? I remember several years ago talking to businesses about using social networking sites for networking and marketing, and when referencing MySpace, the impression was that the site is made up of […]
I’ve spent the last 2 hours trying to figure this out and to my surprise, there are no step by steps online on how to do sync Google Apps calendars with a Blackberry Storm. Now I’m just assuming that the same process would be the same for all Blackberrys, but maybe not. So here it […]
As of this morning, Twitter was experiencing extended downtime. Even though the site is now back up, the downtime showed everybody just how important the 140 character updates (tweets) really are. So what did everyone do when Twitter crashed? They more than likely fled to Facebook where they were welcomed with a slow response and […]
If you ever want to question the relevance of Google in the world of search, then you need to look at the Microsoft – Yahoo deal. The agreement struck between Microsoft and Yahoo, and the lifespan of that deal, is solely determined by Google’s performance. An article at The Register states: The SEC update reveals that […]
Mashable has launched a valuable debate today – the issue of quality, not quantity, when it comes to Twitter followers. Let me just say that without question, the quality of your followers on Twitter – and whom you are following – matters so much more than quantity. The whole point of using Twitter as a […]
Have you seen this video yet? What caught me by surprise more than anything is that it’s a video from 1963 that is being watched on YouTube – amazing!